11:00 Town Hall
7:00 Keystone Sing-a-Long
Wanna take a ride on an Aircraft Carrier? Join the Veteran's Club on Tuesday, September 19th in PAC at 7:30 where Charlie Reckner will tell you all about his trip on the USS Nimitz.
We now have the new restaurant menus which start on September 24th for your review. Click here.
New signage going up in Keystone - click here.
We have the video shown at the RAC Town Hall available for your viewing pleasure. Click here.
September 22 is the deadline to submit the form to change your flex meal plan. For more info, click here and scroll down a bit.
There are Internet sites that offer free learning videos. Take a look.
Buy/Sell/Free/Want Always new items !! Free walker, a bike. Vertical blinds, bike rack.
New golf cartoons on Humor page!!! and Why Seniors become confused.
The following is a list of dedications in this section, with their author's name.
This is the sequence in which they appear.
JOHN SHEWMON - Eleanor Mueller
MY GIFT TO BILL - Eleanor Mueller
John Allen Shewmon 4/3/27 - 9/11/12. I Met John in high school, in North Plainfield, N.J. John and my brother, Bill, were good pals. John spent a lot of time at our home. Mother and Daddy were glad to have him around. I was two years older and at the time had little in common with the younger boys. As time passed, and we each married, we saw each other at social events over the years.
Then, years later, as each of our mates died, and my brother died, John and I became a couple. We were together for 12 yrs. John was a light hearted people person. When we came to Ann's Choice in 2007, he became an Ambassador and attended sales events. He so enjoyed talking with potential residents and explaining the advantages of living here. He looked forward to these events and they became a big part of his life at Ann's Choice. He was happy content and fulfilled.
John and his wife, Helen, were married for 47 years. My husband, Ernie, and I were married for 39 years. I was alone for 12 years. Then one day John rang my bell and we had a nice visit. Helen had died in Feb., 2000 and we were both alone. When he invited me to lunch some weeks later, of course I said yes and so it began. He really was an answer to a prayer. I do believe it.
I miss John Shewmon so very much. But, as he always said: "It is what it is". I am thankful for the years we shared. I also know he is now happy with Helen, Bill and Ernie. Miss you all so much. Until we meet again, I send my special love.
Eleanor M. Mueller
My Gift to Bill
I offer you a world in spring. In blossom and bloom a delight.
In the colors of the Creators palette--Yellow, green, pink and white.
I offer you a scented breeze. And the Mocking birds concert of
And the warm sun and balmy air, before night gently falls.
I offer you a sister's love. Special in every way.
For it formed in my heart on your very first day.
As I watched over you and held your hand to help you along the way
Our memories formed and the bond was set and we grew into today.
And so, little brother, This is the gift I bring:
May God grant you grace and peace. And an eternity of spring.
Eleanor M. Mueller
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